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theirmom
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Registered: ‎07-15-2011
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page numbers do not keep up

does anyone notice that while they are reading.. you can go through 10pages and the page number does not change? is this a normal occurance??

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dfehling
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Registered: ‎03-04-2011

Re: page numbers do not keep up

It depends on the font type and size you select. The page numbers match the physical book, so there won't always be a one-to-one screen to page ratio on an e-book. So, you could easily have 3-4 "pages" on your Nook for one page in a book.

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